Thursday, 14 June 2007


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smilnsigh said...

Thank you for your comment in my 'Mind of a Grandmother' blog.. .

I think you very wise, to have learned from those sad life experiences, of family deaths... Allowing them to teach you, while you went through the pain. I'd say you have an amazing handle on the best way to handle so many of the things covered, by that possible plan. Of which I read.

Thank you for commenting and sharing... on this topic.


A wildlife gardener said...

Welcome, smilnsigh, to our little corner of paradise, and thank you for your generous comments.

The painful experiences we learn through adversity hopefully make us better people.

Those closest to us, whom we have loved and lost in this life, in a sense, never really leave us, for they remain in our hearts forever; and we often learn from their deaths as well as from their life's example of how to keep on living and loving till we meet with them once again...and so, the lesson we learn is that love conquers all, even death.